Lunar New Year 2019 celebrates the new year.
California Baptist Uni- versity’s transition to NCAA Division I competi- tion has been an exciting time for the university’s athletic. However, the move meant giving up some old and familiar rivalries. Gone are the days of facing o against rival Azu- sa Pacific University and other PacWest Conference foes in critical matchups across multiple sports. […]
The 2018-19 season of California Baptist University’s Wallace Theatre began Oct. 12 with a production of “Lost in Yonkers,” written by late American playwright Neil Simon. With a small cast, the show is highly regard- ed by many playwrights. In 1991, “Lost in Yonkers” won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The show takes place in […]
Walking down the sidewalk, almost everyone has a phone in his or her hand. People have laptops in class with constant notifications on their screens. The influence of social media has grown and the impact of the people who utilize it is im- mense. According to Experian, more than 98 percent of college-aged students use […]
Bob Goff, speaker, lawyer, self-proclaimed chief balloon-inflator and best-selling author of “Love Does” and “Everybody Always,” stuck out his shaking left hand in the Van Dyne Gymnasium Sept. 12 at the first Campus Nite of the semester. After being diagnosed with malaria, Goff said something disconnected in his hand and now it suffers from tremors. […]
Life at California Baptist University is a lot of things — invigorating, hectic, thrilling — and there is so much to learn during your time at CBU that has nothing to do with a degree. A cheat sheet for all things CBU culture would be nice, wouldn’t it? Well, you’re in luck. Listed below are […]
Ranked No. 8 in Apple Inc.’s iOS App Store, Snapchat has become quite a phenomenon. Snapchat is an application for Apple’s iOS devices and Google Inc.’s Android devices for sending pictures and videos along with short text messages. The Snapchat user begins by taking a photo or short video clip. They are then able to […]